- Lifelong resident of Regina
- Graduated from the U of R in 2012
- Served in the military reserve from 2009-2012
- A Rotarian
- Volunteer for the Canadian Cancer Society
- Curler and Social Golfer
Reid has always been in love with the community of Regina. He is actively involved in his community, whether it's helping out at curling events or raising money for charitable organizations.
Reid developed his passion for politics after the 2011 elections, when Wall and Harper both formed majority governments. He quickly realized that the governments at both provincial and federal levels where only pushing their own narrow agendas, and not addressing the needs of the majority of citizens. The need for a strong political alternative has driven him to run in the upcoming election on April 4th, 2016. He wants to see government held to account for their actions, and for them to give a stronger voice to the citizens they govern.
"A government that lacks a clear long term vision, while only looking at short terms budgets, is a failure to our province. A government is not a corporation, and can't be run just like a for-profit business would be. The role of government is to serve its people, while constantly striving to improve the lives of citizens in both the short and long term. This is what draws me to politics and the Liberal Party, a party that has a strong vision not only in the now, but also for the future."